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What is another word for vehemently?

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In a way that involves physical strength, effort, or energy
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“These compliments were enough to offset annoyances that we experienced, such as a vehement complaint about the flavor of Vienna sausages that we had as a snack choice.”
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With great feeling or enthusiasm
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“Robertson issued a vehement rebuttal last night, claiming his comments had been taken out of context and threatening legal action.”
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With vehemence or bitterness
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To a great degree or extent
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“I made the trek every day despite my vehement opposition to running and a surgically repaired knee with two screws and a plastic gizmo that looked like an IUD.”
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In a loud manner
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“The silence spoke more reproachfully to her conscience than the loudest and most vehement rebuke.”
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Adverb for strongly wanting to do or have something
“Telly was not popular at the Friendly Center, and the group was vehement in wanting to suspend him.”
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Adverb for strictly following a set of rules or principles
“Jagan is a 55-year-old sweetmeat vendor, a vehement follower of Mahatma Gandhi, and an honest, hardworking, and humble resident of Malgudi.”
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Adverb for vigorously critical in tone or manner
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“The vehement criticism of the social system and the revolutionary zeal have stirred the people more than any of his other works.”
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Adverb for characterized by extreme weather conditions
“The waters of Maple Bay are well protected from foaming wind waves in all but the very most vehement weather.”
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Adverb for causing great physical or mental pain
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“Acts displaying any forms of this are punishable by a vehement death.”
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Adverb for responding readily to something new or stimulating, especially temperamentally
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Adverb for deeply angered but not outwardly displaying it
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Adverb for full of energy and life
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Adverb for having or showing a tendency to be quickly irritated or provoked
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Adverb for acting or done quickly and without thought or care
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Adverb for having a persuasive effect
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